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Daniel Regha says only football matches sustain DStv subscriptions in Nigeria

Social media critic, Daniel Regha, identified by his X handle, has ignited a discussion on the dependency of many Nigerians on DStv subscriptions, specifically citing football matches as the primary driving force behind the sustained interest in the satellite TV service.

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Regha expressed his viewpoint, stating, “If not for football matches, many Nigerians would’ve stopped subscribing for DStv by now.”

One responded: Once Netflix start showing ball it’s finished for them 😂😂

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This remark has stirred conversations on social media platforms, with users sharing diverse opinions on the factors influencing DStv’s subscriber base in the country.

Football has long been a significant draw for DStv, with the broadcasting platform securing rights to various local and international football leagues and tournaments.

The comment by Regha sheds light on the idea that the popularity of these sporting events plays a crucial role in retaining subscribers.

DStv, owned by MultiChoice Group, has been a prominent player in the Nigerian pay-TV market for years, providing a broad spectrum of channels to cater to diverse audience preferences.

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